History Film / ThePunisher2004

29th Jan '17 10:05:24 AM papyru30
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* FiveBadBand: The Saints
* BigBad: Howard Saint
* CoDragons: Quinten Glass, John Saint, and Livia Saint
* EvilGenius: [[spoiler: Jimmy Weeks]], and the other corrupt FBI agents that closed the case on Frank's family.
* [[TheBrute The Brutes]]: The Russian and Harry Heck, assassins hired to kill Frank.
* TheDarkChick / SixthRangerTraitor: Mickey Duka, the resident ButtMonkey who betrays the Saints to Frank.



* HeroKiller: Lincoln, one of Howard's men, kills Frank Castle Sr.
29th Jan '17 9:54:05 AM papyru30
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* HeroKiller: Lincoln, one of Howard's men, kills Frank Castle Sr.


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* IronicNickname: Cutter, the man left at the apartment to kill Frank, has his head cut open by Frank
4th Jan '17 10:07:59 PM NightShade96
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Joan the Mouse in the comics is a small, quiet, frumpy woman. In the movie she's played by Rebecca Romijn--freaking [[Film/XMen Mystique]] herself. Also, Bumpo is much less {{Gonk}}ish when played by John Pinette.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Joan the Mouse in the comics is a small, quiet, frumpy woman. In the movie she's played by Rebecca Romijn--freaking [[Film/XMen [[Film/XMenFilmSeries Mystique]] herself. Also, Bumpo is much less {{Gonk}}ish when played by John Pinette.
1st Jan '17 5:59:32 AM NightShade96
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Has an unofficial/unauthorized sequel starring Creator/ThomasJane and Creator/RonPerlman, [[WritingAroundTrademarks titled]] ''Film/DirtyLaundry''. However, the 2006 video game ''VideoGame/ThePunisher'' is technically considered to be the only known official follow-up to the movie.

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Has The film has an unofficial/unauthorized sequel starring Creator/ThomasJane and Creator/RonPerlman, [[WritingAroundTrademarks titled]] ''Film/DirtyLaundry''. However, the 2006 video game ''VideoGame/ThePunisher'' is technically considered to be the only known official follow-up to the movie.
9th Nov '16 7:02:43 AM NightShade96
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* MrFanservice: Creator/ThomasJane spent a lot of time building up his physique for the film, and spends a lot of time shirtless.
2nd Nov '16 2:50:15 PM TheNewBig
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* RichBitch: Livia Saint. She was the one who expressed desire to see Frank's family dead in retaliation for him killing her son in the first place.

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* RichBitch: Livia Saint. She was the one who expressed desire to see Frank's family dead in retaliation for him killing the death of her son in the first place.



--> '''Frank Castle:''' It's been five months since my family's been murdered.\\

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--> '''Frank Castle:''' It's been five months since my family's been murdered. I don't see ''one'' man in jail.\\
12th Oct '16 4:03:01 PM DivineDeath
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* Misplaced Retribution: The reason Saint killed Castle's family was because he thought Castle killed his son. HE DIDN'T (a thug was shot by the FBI team and fired his gun on to Bobby Saint)!

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* Misplaced Retribution: MisplacedRetribution: The reason Saint killed Castle's family was because he thought Castle killed his son. HE DIDN'T (a thug was shot by the FBI team and fired his gun on to Bobby Saint)!
11th Oct '16 4:09:17 AM foxley
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* FakeInTheHole: Inverted. The Punisher puts a grenade inside a paint tin and kicks it inside a room. A mook is relieved to see it's only a tin, so doesn't kick it back out again. Then it explodes.
8th Oct '16 12:36:50 PM MrReviser121
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* CoolCar: The 1969 Pontiac GTO Frank drives in the near beginning of the film. It has a bucket seat, is painted in matte black, and has retractable metal bullet shields for the windows. Sadly, it gets wrecked during the battle with Henry Heck and Frank steals his car as a replacement

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* CoolCar: The 1969 Pontiac GTO Frank drives in the near beginning of the film. It has a bucket seat, is painted in matte black, and has retractable metal bullet shields for the windows. Sadly, it gets wrecked during the battle with Henry Heck and Frank steals his car as a replacement replacement. Despite being a nice muscle car, it's not the same. Luckily, it reappears in a cutscene in ''VideoGame/ThePunisher'', a pseudo-squeal to the film.



* ImprovisedWeapon: Frank, at one point, uses a paper-cutter blade to kill a {{mook|s}}.

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* ImprovisedWeapon: Frank, at one point, uses a paper-cutter blade to kill a {{mook|s}}. To be clear, it looked like a machete.
8th Oct '16 7:21:10 AM MrReviser121
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* CoolCar: The 1969 Pontiac GTO Frank drives in the near beginning of the film. It has a bucket seat, is painted in matte black, and has retractable metal bullet shields for the windows. Sadly, it gets wrecked during the battle with Henry Heck and Frank steals his car as a replacement
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